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Security errors in DJI's website and apps exposed accounts for hackers and drone live feeds – TechCrunch

It took about six months for popular consumer drone maker DJI to fix a vulnerability across the website and the apps, which if exploited could have given an attacker unhindered access to a drone owner's account. Vulnerability, revealed Thursday by researchers at the Check Point security company, would have given an attacker complete access to a DJI user's cloud-stored data, …

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Comcast is planning a streaming set-top box for cord cutters

Comcast might be getting ready to cut the cord: the company is reportedly planning a streaming set-top box for its internet customers, according to CNBC. The upcoming box is said to be able to combine offerings from various streaming Apps like Netflix, Amazon Prime, and YouTube in a single, centralized location, along with a remote that features voice control for …

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Tesla names a new chair to replace Elon Musk

A Tesla sign glows at the 2018 China International Import Expo in Shanghai. (Aly Song / Reuters) Jena McGregor Reporter covering leadership issues in the headlines November 8 at 7:36 AM Tesla named Robyn Denholm, the chief financial officer of an Australian telecommunications company, as chairman of the electric automaker's board, the panel that oversees Elon Musk. Denholm, who joined …

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Ford buys Spin electric scooter boot for more than $ 40M

CLOSE The Good: A new breed of electric scooter is easy to get, via an app, and can be dropped anywhere. The bad ones: the streets are scratched with black scooters and pedestrians upset. Jefferson Graham reports from Santa Monica USA TODAY <img class = "expand-img-horiz" itemprop = "url" src = "https://www.gannett-cdn.com/presto/2018/11/08/PDTF/ec4cc885 -692d-4d6e-b531-dbc3c09e76cf-Spin.jpg? Width = 534 & height = 401 …

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3 shares to hold the next 20 years – The Motley Fool

Much can change in 20 years. Some dominant companies will fall into the ether, and companies that do not exist will take their place. There are very few companies with competitive benefits that are sustainable to all but guarantee continued success over the next two decades. According to three of our Motley Fool contributors, Waste Management (NYSE: WM) Berkshire Hathaway …

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Bombardier sells $ 900 million in non-core values, slashes 5000 jobs

Bombardier Inc. sells its Q400 turboprop business to the west coast niche planner Viking Air as Canada's largest aviation manufacturer relieves non-nuclear businesses and builds a future cemented to an increasing extent on luxury beams and trains. Montreal-based Bombardier announced the agreement on Thursday with third-quarter revenues, part of a number of measures that also include the sale of its …

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Plane drops 500ft in 18 seconds after error

Image copyright PA The pilot of a Flybe plane that dropped 500ft (152m) in 18 seconds had selected the wrong autopilot settings, an investigation has found. Some 44 passengers and four crew were on board the Belfast City to Glasgow flight on January 11th when the plane "pitched nose-down" toward the ground. An Air Accidents Investigation Branch report said warning …

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Bombardier to sell assets, cut 5000 jobs in restructuring

Bombardier says the audit will save annual savings of around $ 250 million by 2021. Photo: paulo whitaker / Reuters November 8, 2018 6:33 AM. ET Bombardier BDRBF 1.57% on Thursday unveiled a streamlining plan which includes sales of non-current assets for net income of around $ 900 million and elimination of approximately 5000 jobs over the next 12 to …

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Google is said to act for more real estate in New York

SAN FRANCISCO – Amazon may not be the only technology giant considering a major expansion in New York. Google is in discussions to move into a planned 1.3 million square foot office complex at St. John's Terminal Building on Manhattan's West Side, according to a person familiar with the company's plans but not allowed to talk about the public. The …

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Chinese phone makers, licensing business drive Qualcomm beat

Qualcomm beat analysts' expectations for fourth quarter revenue and earnings on Wednesday, helped by demand from Chinese smartphone makers aimed at emerging markets and a newer licensing model for its wireless technology that has maintained relationships with some major customers. Shares of the company increased 1.5 percent in expanded trading on Wednesday. Qualcomm is the world's largest smartphone chip provider, …

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